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Resignation Letter Is Good Enough To Eat

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Resignation Letter Is Good Enough To Eat

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Resignation Letter Is Good Enough To Eat

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Chris Holmes worked at a London airport, but his true love was always making cakes. So Holmes decided to quit his job to run his own bake shop. He wrote his resignation letter with icing on a cake.

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Chris Holmes worked at a London airport, but his true love was always making cakes. So Holmes decided to quit his job to run his own bake shop, which brings us to his resignation letter. He wrote it on a cake with icing. He said he wanted more time with his family. He wished his colleagues well. It took two hours, more time than he had ever spent on a birthday message or anniversary wish. A photo of his work went viral, publicity that he really felt was icing on the cake.

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